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Organic Free Motion Quilting Idea Book

Author : Amanda Murphy
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Let Mother Nature inspire you! Best-selling author Amanda Murphy (Free-Motion Quilting Idea Book and Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book) shares the next book in her free-motion quilting series, packed with exciting new motifs. This handy guide provides over one hundred original ideas inspired by the elements--water, air, stones, fire, and more. Gain confidence in your free-motion work with step-by-step instructions and branch out in your creativity with myriad ideas organized by element and design type.

Organic Free Motion Quilting Idea Book

Author : Amanda Murphy
ISBN : 9781617458262
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Let Mother Nature inspire your quilting with this guide full of inspiring ideas, techniques, and tips from the acclaimed fabric and quilt designer. Following the success of her Free-Motion Quilting Idea Book and Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book, Amanda Murphy shares an all-new volume packed with exciting designs. This handy guide provides more than one hundred original ideas inspired by the elements around you—water, air, feathers, ferns, leaves, sticks, stones, flowers, and fire. Amanda’s step-by-step instructions will help you gain confidence in your free-motion work. Then she offers a myriad of ideas organized by element and design type for you to you branch out and get creative. With Organic Free-Motion Quilting Idea Book, you can add texture, movement, and a sense of the natural world to your quilting, whether you're sewing on a domestic sewing machine or a longarm.

The Ultimate Guide To Rulerwork Quilting

Author : Amanda Murphy
ISBN : 9781617459481
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Discover how to use quilting rulers to their fullest and achieve the quilting you want every time. Straight lines, curves . . . there are rulers for every kind of quilting! Amanda Murphy shares an in-depth guide to everything you need to know about rulerwork quilting on both domestic and longarm machines. With recommendations for choosing templates and feet, this technical guide is great on its own, but also makes the perfect sidekick to Murphy’s popular Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book. Plan your quilting to perfection and learn to combine rulerwork with free-motion quilting. Watch your quilting aesthetic begin to evolve; helpful photos show you how to execute quilting designs with basic straight-line and circle rulers, as well as specialty shapes like waves, clamshells, and feathers! Become a rulerwork expert! Achieve the quilting you want every time Work on your longarm or domestic sewing machine, with troubleshooting and ergonomic tips for each Buy the right rulers and feet, plan the quilting, and execute rulerwork with finesse

Rulerwork Quilting Idea Book

Author : Amanda Murphy
ISBN : 9781617455742
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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A basic introduction to reulerwork, featuring fifty-nine designs using six basic quilting ruler shapes, including straight lines, circles, and squiggles. Quilting rulers have long been used by longarm quilters to make uniform shapes, but now, with the advent of the domestic ruler foot, domestic quilters can join in on the fun, too! Amanda starts with how to use six basic shapes of machine quilting ruler to lay a foundation for your quilting, then moves on to executing fifty-nine different designs. Finish up by following Amanda’s suggestions for filling in background space with free-motion quilting.

Quilting Happiness

Author : Diane Gilleland
ISBN : 9780770434106
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Why do you love to quilt? Is it the finished quilt itself, or the experiences you had while making it? Do you find more joy in designing a beautiful pattern or in improvising as you go? Are you happiest when making quilts for yourself or for others? Whether it is delighting in the colors and textures of your materials to the sweet satisfaction of curling up under a handmade quilt, quilting holds infinite possibilities for exploring the many joys of creativity. In Quilting Happiness, you will find 20 timeless, adaptable quilting projects that will invite you to try a variety of design styles, as well as a wealth of tips and techniques, inspiring stories, and creative exercises to help you discover even more reasons to love quilting. Learn to make an inspiration board, create more meaningful quilts, or find lifelong quilting friends. Use this book again and again as a guide throughout your quilting life to spark your imagination on each rereading. Embrace new ideas on your quilting adventures and enjoy wherever they take you.

Radiant New York Beauties

Author : Valori Wells
ISBN : 9781607053729
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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“Wells has taken elements of the 1840s ‘Crown of Thorns,’ the 1860s ‘Rocky Mountain,’ and the 1930s ‘New York Beauty’ designs and given them a new spin.” —Bets Ramsey, coauthor of Southern Quilts Here’s your opportunity to become an expert on glorious New York Beauty blocks! Valori Wells’ innovative designs will pump up your creativity, while her hands-on teaching style will walk you through each step of the process. 14 New York Beauty projects range from precise traditional blocks to freewheeling contemporary designs—all paper-pieced for accuracy Valori takes you beyond the basics to learn more complex techniques such as asymmetrical designs, rectangular blocks, and extended points Lessons in block construction, fabric choices, quilting designs, and more Patterns are included, plus learn to draft your own!

Amy Butler S Blossom

Author : Amy Butler
ISBN : 9781452156644
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Amy Butler's Blossom magazine is a biannual collection of everything that inspires her: page after page of photographs from her travels to spiritual locales such as Morocco and Sedona; meditative articles from like-minded designers, artists, and life coaches; the signature designs and textiles that she creates from these inspirations; plus her ongoing exploration of positive and joyful living. Now available in print for the first time, this irresistible look-book compiles the first two issues of the magazine. Brimming with photographs, fashion, art, patterns, and written pieces that reflect Amy's unique philosophy of life and style, Blossom will capture the imagination of anyone in search of beauty and meaning.

New Literary Hybrids In The Age Of Multimedia Expression

Author : Marcel Cornis-Pope
ISBN : 9789027269331
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Begun in 2010 as part of the “Histories of Literatures in European Languages” series sponsored by the International Comparative Literature Association, the current project on New Literary Hybrids in the Age of Multimedia Expression recognizes the global shift toward the visual and the virtual in all areas of textuality: the printed, verbal text is increasingly joined with the visual, often electronic, text. This shift has opened up new domains of human achievement in art and culture. The international roster of 24 contributors to this volume pursue a broad range of issues under four sets of questions that allow a larger conversation to emerge, both inside the volume’s sections and between them. The four sections cover, 1) Multimedia Productions in Theoretical and Historical Perspective; 2) Regional and Intercultural Projects; 3) Forms and Genres; and, 4) Readers and Rewriters in Multimedia Environments. The essays included in this volume are examples of the kinds of projects and inquiries that have become possible at the interface between literature and other media, new and old. They emphasize the extent to which hypertextual, multimedia, and virtual reality technologies have enhanced the sociality of reading and writing, enabling more people to interact than ever before. At the same time, however, they warn that, as long as these technologies are used to reinforce old habits of reading/ writing, they will deliver modest results. One of the major tasks pursued by the contributors to this volume is to integrate literature in the global informational environment where it can function as an imaginative partner, teaching its interpretive competencies to other components of the cultural landscape.

Quilts As Text Iles

Author : Judy Elsley
ISBN : UOM:39015041025449
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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A quilt is a text. It speaks its maker's desires and beliefs, hopes and fears, sometimes in a language any reader can understand, but often in an obscure language available only to the initiated. The central idea of this book is that quilts and texts are inseparable. The author explores the concept of quilt-as-text through a series of paired chapters. The first chapter in each pairing examines quilting in a particular piece of American literature, reading the significance of textile in text. Contemporary quilt groups are the subject of the other chapter in the pair, exploring the textuality of textile.

American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : UOM:39015066043251
Genre : American literature
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Scientific American

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ISBN : PSU:000062999564
Genre : Science
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Billboard

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

The Art Of Tivaevae

Author : Lynnsay Rongokea
ISBN : 0824825020
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Twenty-three women from Rarotonga, Aitutaki, Mauke, Atiu, Mangaia and Penrhyn recount aspects of the craft of tivaevae (quilt making), the role it has played in their own lives and that of their communities.

Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
ISBN : UOM:39015058394233
Genre : American literature
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Estranging The Familiar

Author : George Douglas Atkins
ISBN : 9780820314532
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In Estranging the Familiar, G. Douglas Atkins addresses the often lamented state of scholarly and critical writing as he argues for a criticism that is at once theoretically informed and personal. The revitalized critical writing he advocates may entail--but is not limited to--a return to the essay, the form critical writing once took and the form that is now enjoying a resurgence of popularity and excellence. Atkins contends that to reach a general audience, criticism must move away from the impersonality of modern criticism and contemporary theory without embracing the old-fashioned essay. "The venerable familiar essay may remain the basis," Atkins writes, "but its conventional openness, receptivity, and capaciousness must extend to theory, philosophy, and the candor that seems to mark the tail-end of the twentieth century." In noting the timeliness, if not the necessity, of a return to the essay, Atkins also considers our culture's parallel "return to the personal." When the essay combines good writing with the concerns of the personal, Atkins says, it becomes a form of criticism that is readable, vital, and potentially attractive to a large readership. Atkins hopes critics will tap into the revitalized interest the essay now enjoys without ignoring the considerable insights and advances of contemporary theory. He argues that despite claims to the contrary there is no inherent incompatibility between the essay and modern theory. As Atkins considers various experiments in critical writing from Plato to the present, notably feminist interest in the personal and autobiographical, he contends that these attempts, although undeniably important, fall short of the desired goal when they emphasize the merely expressive and neglect the artful quality good writing can bring to personal criticism. The final third of the book consists of a series of experiments in critical writing that represent the author's own attempts to bridge the gap between theory and popular criticism, between an academic and a general audience. In essays that illustrate the rhetorical power of the form, Atkins describes the reciprocal relationship between his life experience and a reading of The Odyssey, explains the role that theory has played in his personal development, and chronicles his attempts to find a voice as a writer.

Mary Black S Family Quilts

Author : Laurel Horton
ISBN : 1570036098
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Mary Black's Family Quilts utilizes a remarkable collection of sixteen quilts to tell the story of a family through six generations and to document with scholarly and aesthetic insights the material behaviors associated with quilting traditions. Valuable both as artistic creations and as historical artifacts, the Black family quilts reflect decades of work, familial interactions, economic philosophy, and personal and communal values.

Gathered In Time

Author : Kae Covington
ISBN : IND:30000056143625
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"There are stories in quilts. And while it is the names of men that are most often recorded in history, the women were there all along; and the quilts they produced reveal much about the times in which they lived. In the words of one quilt maker, "Each quilt, step by step, speaks for its maker - her voice is clearly there, between the fabric and lines of stitches."" "Called by Brigham Young, the first Mormon pioneers arrived in Utah in 1847, bringing with them a quilting tradition that took root and flourished. In spite of sometimes bleak circumstances, the pioneer women possessed an urge for artistic expression that is universal." "To preserve this artistic heritage, from 1989-1994, the Utah Quilt Heritage Corporation documented over 2200 quilts crafted in Utah from settlement to 1950. With over 80 color plates, Gathered in Time showcases a representative selection of these remarkable quilts. Each quilt is accompanied by a story about its maker that carefully combines family and cultural history with equally fascinating details about color choice, available patterns, and quilting techniques."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Roy Lichtenstein

Author : Gail Stavitsky
ISBN : 9780813537382
Genre : Art
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"As one of the founders of American Pop art, Roy Lichtenstein achieved an international prominence in the 1960s for his sly, provocative transformations of images from comics, cartoons, and advertisements, elevated to the realm of high art. Although Lichtenstein's work has been prodigiously exhibited and published, certain aspects of his inventive, prolific oeuvre have yet to be thoroughly examined. Among these relatively unknown bodies of work are the artist's pre-Pop adaptations of American history frontier themes in the 1950s and his "Amerindian" series of 1979-81." "Exploring what he called "a kind of conception of the over-reproduced," Lichtenstein reworked images of American Indians and their cultures as the cliched signs of high art and mass media in a fresh, modern way, "to erase the meaning of the originals" and create a new formal unity. This resulted in Lichtenstein's unique marriage of representation and abstraction, high art and popular culture."--BOOK JACKET.

Talk Before Sleep

Author : Elizabeth Berg
ISBN : UOM:39015032610977
Genre : Fiction
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Cautious, conventional Anne shares a deep bond of friendship with the outspoken and eccentric Ruth, building an honest, open relationship that evolves into something deeper when Ruth is diagnosed with cancer. By the author of Durable Goods. 50,000 first printing.

Just Plain Fancy

Author : Patricia Polacco
ISBN : UOM:39015019638900
Genre : Amish
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Naomi Vlecke lives with her farming family in an Amish community in Pennsylvania. The Amish first came to Pennsylvania in the early 1700s, and to this day preserve a religious and "plain" life-style. As part of her household chores, Naomi looks after the chickens with her little sister, Ruth. One day Naomi and Ruth find an abandoned egg near the road. This is no ordinary chicken egg, though. In fact, surrounded by the simplicity and austerity of their Amish ways, this egg is almost "fancy." Naomi decides this special egg must be hatched. And when it is, it's plain to see that this is no ordinary chick! The girls manage to keep the chick, dubbed Fancy, a secret... until the day of the Vleckes' frolic, or community working bee. On this day, Naomi is to receive a white organdy cap, a family tradition, as a reward for her hard work and responsibility. But on this day, too, Fancy decides to introduce himself to the community. The results are a sheer delight, pure and simple. Patricia Polacco's passion has taken her into the heart of Amish country in search of a story. In this unabridged reading of her award-winning book, her lively voice, accompanied by her beautiful artwork carry this story of discovery and growing up into the hearts of all who listen and turn its pages.

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